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good evening, i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: we have reports from tel aviv, gaza, and cairo. and ray suarez examines the prospects ahead for the peace deal. >> woodruff: then, margaret warner reports from turkey where the syrian civil war is having an impact along the shared 500 mile border and in ankara. >> with fighting in syrian areas, spilling over into turkish towns, turkey finds itself walking a fine line between defending its interests, and being drawn into a regional war. >> brown: after the deluge: we assess the impact of all the money spent in the most expensive campaign in history. >> woodruff: as recovery costs from superstorm sandy continue to rise, paul solman looks at weather risks and the business of insurance. >> all insurance companies are paying very careful attention to the variability and the volatility in the climate. >> brown: and poet joy harjo celebrates the focal point of families and thanksgiving: the kitchen table. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour
, brown and newsom talked about free muni for seniors they did nothing to really push for it. the last page of the preparation shows that only maybe 24% of the allotment would go towards this youth support program. that's important to keep in mind. the resolution doesn't say all for maintenance, it says prioritize. you could look at muni's plans and say they're consistent with the resolution. but please don't push for all of it. youth can't work and i'm going to say also, too many elected officials at city hall don't have kids, or don't have kids that really need transit because their family can drive them. we want to change the youth mind that they don't think about needing to be driven to and from school. thank you. >> supervisor wiener: thank you. next speaker. >> my name is francisco decosta. first and foremost let me inform you that i've been following muni for the last 40 years, and i don't appreciate that while mr. risken was trying to explain something, again and again he was interrupted. that's totally uncalled for. having said that, all city, the city and county of san franci
viewers. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am patti ann browne. >> thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> we have all of your thanksgiving needs covered this morning. including solutions for your turkey troubles. >> we brought the butterball turkey hot line right here into our sued yo. >> you can e-mail us your turkey questions. e-mail us at or tweet us at fox friends first. >> we have the master butcher. he is showing us how to properly carve our turkey this year. >> it smells good. >> it does. thanksgiving is a lot more than food. >> as we all know the holidays can be stressful and hard at times. that brings us to our brew own this question of the day. we have a special guest helping us out. dr dr. keith ablow. >> he is going to help us survive the family drama. >> you can tweet us at fox friends first or e-mail at keith ablow will be here to help us answer those questions. >> the top five stories making news at this hour. the search for a serial killer is now over. police raying and charging a staten island sales man who is caught
morning. on this thanksgiving day. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. on this thanksgiving, a cease-fire between israel and hamas that took effect last night looks to be holding. the deal was announced in cairo and ended eight days of fighting the new islamic egyptian government played a key role in brokering the u.s. backed truce. secretary of state hillary clinton called this a critical moment for the region. following a 24 hour cooling off period talks will resume on key issues like the israeli blockade. susan mcginnis starts us off in washington this morning. good morning to you. happy thanksgiving. >> reporter: good morning. happy thanksgiving. this is a very tenuous cease-fire. deep mistrusts remain on both sides. it feels like both sides have their finger on the trigger. residents are gathering their belongings and heading home. many took refuge in a united nations shelter while israel and the militant group hamas spent eight days in a bloody conflict. under the cease-fire agreement hamas promises to stop firing rockets. israel says it will end air strikes and will ease borde
pronto los legisladores y el gobernador jerry brown tendran menos dinero en sus cuentas personales, le cuento porque.. topvo cesar una tercera persona en el condado de "placer" ha muerto por consumir hongos venenosos... ---anteriormente otras dos personas habian muerto y otras cuatro habian enfermado por comer los vegetales... ---todas las victimas vivian en un asilo ubicado en la poblacion de loomis, al norte de sacramento y consumieron los hongos que eran parte de los ingredientes de una sopa preparada por una empleada del asilo... cesar ---los funcionarios estatales electos que van desde el gobernador hasta los legisladores, take vo ---veran sus salarios reducidos hasta por miles de dolares a partir del proximo mes... ---esto es a raiz de un decreto anunciado durante la gestion del ex-gobernador arnold scharzenegge r.. take video box ---a partir del proximo tres de diciembre, el salario anual del gobernador jerry brown se reducira en ocho mil 699 dolares... ---tambien, los legisladores dejaran de percibir cuatro mil 765 dolares al ano... ---y los titulares de secretarias estatales v
and the colors of thanksgiving. brown, orange, red, aÑi gentleman's drink. >> manhattan? >> no, not the manhattan. old-fashioned. simple ingredients but you have to do prep to do it right. one little bit of orange. mer merochina cherry. >> that's big! snow an you smash it together. it's a syrupy case. this is the secret ingredients. aromatic bitters. you can pick this up at the liquor store or grocery store, if it sells alcohol and it is strong stuff. >> this is when you make cool kfrl conversation with people at the bar, what's up, girl. all right. different recipes call for rye whiskey. we're using mr. jim bean. >> that's the only thing in the mixer is a squished up orange? >> is this a shot or sipping drink? >> sipping drink. >> i love that you would consider this to be a shot. >> after all this work, it better not be a shot. hold it up. when you hold it up, this looks like thanksgiving. it has the colors and brown. looks like my shirt. cheers, happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving! >> this is beeating a whole pumpkin pie backwards. in reverse, rewind mode. that means the calories don't co
a resolution from supervisor chu. i believe it's -- it has the requisite commendatory finding as well as brown act finding. it's been seconded by supervisor elsbernd. let me ask if there are members of public that wish to speak on this imperative item. seeing none -- you're welcome to speak on the imperative item which is a resolution around -- madam clerk it's the sunset rec center? >> clerk calvillo: yes recognizing the grand reopening of thesq9k4$ópimÑ sunset recre. >> president chiu: so you can speak on this item. life or death, imperative, what is imperative. imperative, i think, is the right for people to live equally, for this to be the land of the free and the home of the brave, in order to do that, we need to be safe. disabled people who have seizures are not::zjr)z the parks or anywhere because we don't have appropriate actions for them as a seizure victim i would like to see that be an imperative --da'( r a detail brt before you because i have the solution. we could take people, who are seizuring, and bring pup tents to them, bring people who are properly trained in the chinese h
calls and yes, i have had that phone call. we don't recommend a brown bag. it is hazardous in the oven. >> paper next to the burner. >> it is it delicious. nbrandy what are you doing? i cocked the pizza in a box and it was fire central. >> it is it a gas stove. >> we'll have many more questions than answers. and nicole will be fielding them for you. friends at fox e-mail them. >> and why don't you put butter ball in the subject line so we sort those out. >> thank you. >> and last night 16 this morning balloons will fly high to mark the macy's thanksgiving day parade. we have a front row ticket. rick, how does it look living on the upper west side. and the night before it is a huge event and last night they blew up the balloons and this year there are three new balloons. and they retire and bring a new ones out. miss kitty is one of the new ones and you can so miss kitty under the netting. they blow them up and keep themurped control ask then they will tats and people will n to carry them. the big thing with the parades. how highway can they fly. if it is windy they have them
. former mayor willie brown. [cheers and applause] and former mayor frank jordan. we want to acknowledge the husband of united states senator and former mayor dianne feinstein, mr. richard bloom. the wife of former mayor gina mos coney and the wife of former mayor joe alliteo, catherine. the sister of former mayor george christopher. the board board and the rest of the city family who has made this event possible. we are also honored to be joined by several giants dignitaries. president and ceo larry baer and his wife sam. [cheers and applause] . giants vice president and general manager brian saibian and his wife amanda. [cheers and applause] the wife of the skipper mrs. kim bochy. and let us now welcome distinguished members of the giants ownership group, charles johnson, david jenkins, trina and rob veen, tory and steven humphrey and allen baer. and we also joined by past giants owners. please welcome the family jamie and kim rupert and peter stoneum. also here with us today bob and connie laurie. peter and debbie mc clawlin. bill and sally newco. and now let's give it up for
, the crowds are out there and is that charlie brown? >> yes, that is charlie brown. >> where is lucy? >> she is never far behind. >>> one of the key things is the crowd lines the street and sheer kermit. 5,000 seats along the parade route have been given to super storm sandy but we are right in the middle of the parade unit and look at these wild turkeys some say they damage the landscape and leave droppings on the cars and make roads dangerous. just last month, a bicyclist died after hitting wild turkeys. theys they -- >>> 15 million americans hungry and -- 15 million americans are hungry on this thanksgiving. the budget battles in congress means the demand for food assistance could god up dramatically. >>> they are coming up with the searches a thanksgiving didn't noon the need has gotten so much greater. >> but harrison is noticing so much fewer are and and it goes to seniors which extremely important. >>> in the past year, they have cut their contribution to areas that cut hundreds of charities and more hungry people. and as congress considers dramatic cuts to the food program, it is exp
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the huge balloons here and they are ready to roll. you can see kermit there and then charlie brown behind him. come back down to the busy street here with so many clowns and so many people staging for this event. more than 900 clowns are part of the parade. and if you look through, you can almost see one of the floats here. it's just packed on the ground, as you can see. a lot of excitement here. there will be 40 floats and one very special float this year, one that honors the first responders to superstorm sandy. of course so many in this area affected by that storm. everyone who's a part of the parade today also wearing a red cross pin to remember not only those lost but those trying to recover and trying to rebuild. a big part of that is getting back to what's normal. and what's normal here in new york is this huge parade on thanksgiving morning. more than three million people will beelining the streets here. more than 50 million people watching at home. jon and laura, i hope it will we on at your houses as well. >> it's a given. >> reporter: i'm jay dwgray. happy thanksgiving. >> happ
approved by voters back in 2000. governor brown today added two new judges to superior court. one is a former state bar president and longtime civil litigator. williams is a staff attorney with the san jose-based sixth district court of appeal. both are democrats and both will earn more than 178,000 a year as judges. >>> apple's new spaceship- shaped headquarters in cupertino won't be ready until 2016. it may take the city until june to complete its environmental impact report. >>> it's a thanksgiving dinner, the likes of which you may never have seen. why all these people are waiting an hour in sausalito. >>> also, the rain is gone. but fog is coming back. believe it or not, i'm tracking highs near 70 for thanksgiving. how warm it will get in your neighborhood, in just 7 minutes. >>> but right after the break, an atv out for penguins, stolen from a christmas display. into their work, their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the
they want. we have to have taxis, insurance, regulation. by the way, willie brown -- how many endorsements from the labor council did you get? shame on you. [indiscernible] >> secretary boomer: last person who turned in the speaker card. >> i'm speaking on behalf of my son. he was born, raised, educated, discriminated, and hated like a nigger in his lifetime. his name was excluded [indiscernible] he graduated from an academic high school; he has a degree from san jose state, currently working as a computer analyst. i still would like for him to be an owner of a cab. i put a book which i used 35 years ago. is transnational legal problems, the exclusion act, [indiscernible] whereby a chinese citizen who went to china and came back was denied entry. and was excluded. similar to what is happening to my son. the court reversed the decision about immigration people. currently, [indiscernible] was allowed entry; he was also born in the united states. i find similarity in the case of my son. his name is joseph basetta [sounds like] last name. i will bring a copy of the decision by the court
someone for documentation to prove their immigration status. >> so if you're brown, they can just pull you over and demand papers? >> that's right. >> you've got to be ( bleep ) me. excuse me. holy ( bleep ). i didn't realize these laws could affect actual people, like me. if either party gets a super majority in d.c., who knows what hell it could unleash? chick-fil-as everywhere! drum circles! no! are you ( bleep ) kidding me! aahhh! ( bleep ) you, 12 labels. gridlock! we need you! >> jon: al ,x e ( cheers and applause ). >> jon: my guest tonight, he is the senior judicial analyst for the fox news channel. his new book is called "theodore and woodrow." please welcome back, the good judge andrew napolitano. what's up? >> good to see you. >> jon: it's the judge! how are you, man? >> i am well. >> jon: we're going to get into things, theodore and woodrow, but first-- >> this is a great audience. >> jon: they're a lovely group of people. they're here-- the tickets are free. >> they didn't pay to get in? >> jon: they did not pay to get in. they love you. let me ask you two things first--
can be reborn. i'm really thankful for a dinner where the turkey skin is golden brown encasing the juices from a tender bird basted with butter and garlic salt and of course i'm also grateful to be able to share that dinner with my incredible family, my soulful husband, dan, and those fascinating and unique human beings who are my children, kate and cece and jack, all of whom i love with every fiber of my being. i'm thankful to be blessed with a mind-blowingly scrappy team here in "the war room." they put in long hours and heart and soul to create this and thoughtful show for you, and i'm grateful for you, dear viewers who found us on this upstart network and have stuck with us as we continue to grow. for everyone who has shared this journey, participated in this wonderful, infuriating, perplexing and inspiring story that is democracy. thank you. i'm grateful this is a story that will not end. so happy alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know
high. steve brown is live in chicago o'hare international airport. traditionally the busiest airport around thanksgiving. we say it's the busiest, steve, it was slow going this morning. >> it was. the airline industry has slimed down so much. eliminated so many flights that a single weather event can cause all sorts of havoc in a single day. that's what we have this morning. we had fog this morning at two airports. two pivot toll ones. chicago o'hare and chicago midway. the translation was throughout the region, it turned into a long, difficult day. >> it was very frustrating it was a long drive over here from cedar rapids. you know, and we got a phone call that the flight was, you know, we called and they said all the flights were on and to come here and realize the flights are all cancelled we have to fly out tomorrow. we will try to make the most of it. >> now, we have seen a lot of flights come in later. one of the worst exramples examples we saw and unfortunately this american airlines flight supposed to come from richmond to chicago o'hare land at just about 1:00 it's scheduled
and if you have the ability to give, you give it. >> reporter: from brown bags to brown box to turkey. the spirit of giving is thriving. in san jose, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> and that spirit is on display in san francisco where thousands of seniors, people who can't get out of their homes will enjoy the thanksgiving meal tomorrow thanks to the city's mayor, the police and fire chiefs and an army of volunteers. they met today at the salvation army center to carve turkeys. volunteers have been cooking and preparing the meals for a week now. the total of 6,000 pounds of turkey, 1,400 pounds of beans and yams will be delivered tomorrow as part of the holiday meal tradition. >> a special time of year. let's bring in jeff ranieri now who has this wonderful forecast. it looks very nice. >> that latest storm system rolling in and out. yesterday, if you're doing any traveling tonight or tomorrow we do have dry roads here. doppler radar stands around. not a raindrop in sight up into the north bay, east bay or south bay after picking up from a quarter of an inch to over one inch yes
candidates -- sherrod brown in ohio had $40 million spent against him by super pac's. we had in the last week of our campaign $100 million spent against the president. that is more than the mccain campaign spent in its entirety. remarkable thing. a lot of senate candidates still one. but in house races it had an impact. barack obama, sherrod brown, governors -- they have definition. the spending is a little less nefarious. it's still tough to deal with, but you are not somebody who is now and then somebody drops $4 million on your head will have an impact. we have never seen spending like this. there is a term in politics called gross rating points, the amount of television you buy. 1000 points means the average viewer sees the ad 10 times. that is the standard. there were markers were -- markets at 3000 or 4000 gross rating points. the republican super pac's -- if he went to cincinnati or las vegas, i spent a lot of nights in hotels -- i would turn on the television. it was wall-to-wall political ads. in many of those markets you see two or 3 republican ads for every democrat ad. what we do
to brown faster than the rest of the turkey. at that point in time take your piece of reynolds foil. doesn't have to be too big. and you actually tent or shield the breast area, and that's actually going to help slow the cooking process down on the breast area and prevent the breast from overbrowning and overdrying out there. >> good way to not overcook the top. >> absolutely. >> the big question, how long do you cook it? determined by how big a bird you have. >> exactly. recommend 325 oven start to finish. depending again, like you said. depending on the weight of your turkey, that will determine how long you look it for. a lot of times people will call say how do i know it is done. best way to check for doneness, using your meat thermometer. register 170 in the breast. 180 in the thigh. for folks who choose to stuff their turkey, easiest way to check for doneness. insert the meat thermometer in the center of the stuffing, registers 165, good indication it is done. >> when it is done should look like this. >> beautiful turkey. >> golden turkey. >> golden brown, beautiful. >> thank you so
brown, which was to sneer at her as an elite professor, which really got to me. it means we started teaching about the same time. for women of color and the entire united states teaching the, two blacks, one nation, one latina. and that is not so long ago. a few years afterwards i went into the classroom and having mostly men in a classroom, most of whom on election night before the election was decided i had to turn us in a classroom and was filled with that romney's. i woke up to a brand-new world. this is the way law schools looked when i was coming out. when you first started teaching to the woman, when he lived in massachusetts he didn't just say professor, he said blake though you could really profess anything. i really rocketed me back. so i think in addition to the mockery generally and the electorate, in addition to the demeaning of women generally, you sort of have a celebrated when were hired, but it's also a double whammy in a political setting. >> i'm in washington. it's an interesting place. i love d.c., but when you look at the washington that we are talking about, wh
mean. do they surely prohibit the kind of apartheid policies that were condemned in brown versus board of education. those policies were designed to really stigmatize and put down to treat a second class of the blacks who had before that experienced generations of slavery and subordination. the same thing if they are used to up a racially outcome by bringing folks who have been previously excluded historically from the table, and bringing them to the table. >> now just so it's clear the supreme court has said until very recently there is no problem with using race as a factor in the context of higher education in particular to create a diverse intellectual environment. the question now before the court is will that continue to be the law? >> exactly. ever since the in the late 1970s, so for 35 years the basic idea that race can sometimes be taken into account in order to achieve more diversity in higher education. and especially when this is not being used to stigmatize or subordinate historically disadvantaged groups like african-americans. >> eliot: and justice sandra day o'connor in
that ensures the department stays true to its word. thank you. >> next speaker. >>> good afternoon. rose brown on behalf of the center for biological diversity. we feel this should be a no-brainer here today and we're sorry we had to be here and sit on the hard benches so long. we're here because we care about this and these really are two different projects. we think the demonstration of support here from many different community groups from pacific to san mateo county to san francisco should indicate to the supervisors the breadth of the port for this resolution and really i think it indicates a bad faith on the part of the department of rec and park to come forward now and delay this matter even further. this has been on the agenda for a long time. without any controversy and we hope you would vote in support of this resolution and move it forward. thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker. >>> melissa collins from the sierra club. i support the resolution to remove the golf course from the natural area planning management plan. they are two different projects and should be analyzed s
!jpi is jeon brown withr and premuni for youth coalition. we are really excited that we're finally at the moment of having the program forward. we're looking forward to the mta vote on the 4th. i think this is a response to all of our various departments from the mayor, through the transit authority, all the different levels of government and the mta board have been responding really to the outcry of bus riders and thousands of folks who ride the bus. we want to thank supervisor chiu and olague who are here, who are supporters, of course david campos, our champion, supervisor -- and jane kim all support this. so we know we have majority support on the board. if this move forward out of committee that it move forward without recommendation. thank you. >> my name is jack -- in noe valley. i've listened to this. i think there's been no way -- nobody talking about who are -- commutes and there ought to be some way to identify that. i was thinking that for example, if your parents are on medi-cal, then you ought to get a free pass. if you're going to school and your school is not -- you
in the brown versus board of education in 1964. he was the recordholder to this day of the longest one-man filibuster. twenty-four hours and 18 minutes he spoke against the 1957 civil rights bill. we remember him as one of the last of the jim crow demagogues. and he was one of those. what we forget about him is that he was also one of the first of the sun belt conservatives. what do i mean by that? well, it is the major story in the history of 20th century american politics. that is the flow of jobs and industries and resources and populations from the states of the northeast and the midwest to the south and the southwest in a personal period. southern states were recruiting industries and the right to work laws. they were receiving lots of funding from the federal government at a time when the united states was involved in a cold war with the soviet union. states like georgia and texas and florida and other california and north carolina were all being transformed in the post-world war ii period by this historic shift of influence. from 1964 until 2008, it was a period of sun belt domi
brown fields assessment projects. >> president chiu: same house same call? this resolution is adopted. item 27. >> clerk calvillo: item 27 resolution authorizing the department of emergency management to retroactively accept and expend a fiscal year 2012 program grant in the amount of 29 million from the us department of homeland security through the california emergency management agency for the periods of october 12, 2012 through may 31, 2014. >> president chiu: same house same call, the resolution is adopted. >> clerk calvillo: item 28 a mast lease extension for the department of ha public health n mission street for approximately 32.36 million per month with annual increases. >> president chiu: same house same call, this resolution is adopted. next item. >> clerk calvillo: item 29 is a resolution authorizing the department of public health to retroactively accept and dispend a grant in the amount of approximately $197.1 to participate in a program monitoring project for the period july 1, 2012 through may 31, 2013. >> president chiu: same house same call, this resolution is adopte
it down. yesterday you were telling people the thick foil. >> oh, yeah, once you let it brown a little bit. baste it and put it on, make it juicy. i'm counting on mr. cannon today too, this morning. >>> 4:52. cameras are rolling when one military wife receives a surprise she never saw coming. we'll show you what her husband did to her that will make this thanksgiving the whole family will never forget. >>> welcome back, everyone. a happy thanksgiving to you. 4:55. a soldier that was stationed in afghanistan, boy, making a great surprise visit this thanksgiving holiday to be with his expecting wife. >> this is truly a classic thanksgiving story. natalie from our nbc station in seattle has more on a very, very special homecoming. >> reporter: sometimes down hospital hallways you come across hardships. >> he wanted to be here as much as i wanted him here. oh, buddy. >> reporter: the story. >> i wanted to be in a room by myse myself. just do it on my own. >> reporter: amanda erhart arrived to give birth on our own. matt was out of reach on his third tour of duty in afghanistan. so when the tim
-three with short light brown or blond hair. the thief seen leaving in a white toyota for runner. >> there is a third death connected to poinusus mushroom soup from a senior care facility in loomis two, elderly women died after eating soup health officials say was made with poisonous wild mushrooms two weeks ago. a third victim died on saturday. three others were hospitalized. >> this man pleaded guilt dwree robbing steve jobs home in palo alto. the 35-year-old admitted to several residential burglaries around the bay area, including that at the late apple ceo. he faces seven years in prison when sentenced january 17th. >> this afternoon, 49ers head coach jim harbaugh made it clear he's fine now. >> doctors performed a minor procedure on thursday, it's an electric shock to help regulate heartbeat. he said he got the thumbs up from doctors yesterday. >> they've got to look. like 45 minutes. >> he says there is no quarterback controversy, despite what we believe. i did say starter alex smith and back up might both see the field in some games. 49ers playing saints this weekend. smit
tricia rose professor at brown university, and michael hastings buzzfeed, rolling stone, and probably going to write another book. >> the book is going to come out next month. >> michael: i want to show you how this is being treated. we go to fox news, and the lovely michelle malkin. >> we really need to understand that these big labor thugs do not have workers' interests at heart. if you think about the truckers, shippers farmers people who work in the agriculture industry who are being hurt by this, and with regard to walmart, you just have to look on social media and the response we're getting from 11 million people who are out of work who would love to work on thanksgiving at walmart if they had a chance. >> game what it does to the the republicans have stood in the way of a farm bill being passed. i love the double speak. it continues on fox talking about walmart. >> i want to know how sharp edged are you going to be? you have a fight on hands. how rough will walmart is going to be. for example, what if some of the workers walk out on the job on black friday, will you fire them
this and say if you are an arlen specter or rudman or scott brown, you are also welcome into the party. because you may be pro-choice, pro gay rights, whatever the case may be, you're welcome. to sit here in washington, d.c. around a table and a thing of scotch and determine who the republican nominee is going to be is absolutely ludicrous and ridiculous. we need to go back to the basics of letting the best person win the primary -- >> you are talking in circles. i'm trying to figure out why the region party tends to have had an unusual load of crazy people running to the point they disturb the image of the party. mourdock hurt romney. let's be honest here. akin hurt romney. sharron angle hurt the party and still hurts the party. i think people like michele bachmann still hurt the party. allen west hurts the people. these people are so far over i will argue they make the republican party look whacky and loony as steve schmitz said the other day. >> i'll tell you would -- go ahead, erin. >> i was going to say let's go back to dan's first comment. dan is a smart guy but that was naive of him to s
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. hundreds of others was delayed. what is the situation there now? steve brown life at chicago o'hare. steve? >> hey there, yes. a little better. they managed to get the fog burned off by noon. still had to work through the difficulties there are fewer flights and fewer seats. if there is a problem with delays or cancellations you have fewer seats to move people to get where they are going. in the midwest is where you have most difficulty. the vast majority of folks traveling with the holiday weekend will do so by car. a good news bad news situation there. the price of gasoline has been drop something a few cents less than beginning of the month. few more dollars in your pocket. right? compared to last thanksgiving, it is a couple of cents more. about five or six, seven more. depending where you're at. it's going to cost you more to travel. as you pointed out, triple a says more folks traveling on the road. there is a pentapody mand. put off a trip to grandmother's house in 2011 and decided to in 2012. there will be folks on the roads driving; particularly, busy on sunday. you can leave on w
? >>> and the likes of charlie brown and kermit and snoopy floating above new york city streets on this very early thursday morning. folks, it's macy's day thanksgiving parade time. >> a time-honored tradition. >> so exciting! >> another time-honored tradition is our jason carol, who's always along the parade route. welcome to "early start" and happy thanksgiving. i'm alina cho. >> good morning, i'm brooke baldwin. berman and zoraida both have the day off. it's 6:00 ones the east coast. good to be with you. we'll get back to the macy's thanksgiving day parade in just a moment. but we want to begin with something that many people around the world are really thankful for this morning. the cease-fire is holding between israel and gaza this morning. in gaza city, where so much blood spilled over the last eight days, palestinians are celebrating in the street. you can hear the horns honking, mosques were blaring, all the last several hours, israel and hamas agreeing to halt all acts of aggression against each other. the cease-fire deal brokered largely by president obama and mohamed morsi, apparently m
to take flight here. just behind him you'll see charlie brown. back down on the ground, a lot of clowns have already gotten into step here. more than 900 will be a part of this parade. there are a ton of floats. at least 40 floats that will roll through the area here on central park west. one that's very special this year is one that honors all of the first responders to superstorm sandy. of course that's affected this area so dramatically, and we know that there are a lot of people, the survivors of that, who are just devastated by the storm who were actually given front row seats to this parade so hopefully they'll enjoy their thanksgiving. it will be a bit different than it has been in years past. for a lot of people, this is what's normal about thanksgiving in new york city. more than three million will line the streets here, more than 50 million watching at home. it's going to be a great day. the weather is perfect. it's a great start to a great thanksgiving. that's the latest live here in new york. now back to you. >> yeah, looks like the sun is shining on your face there, which i
's baked inside of it? >> well, the crust you want crispy and golden brown. >> like this? >> no, 350, 375, i always bake them hot. >> do you use an egg wash? >> a little bit of egg mixed with a little water. and sanding sugar which makes a glistening crust. >> super fine sort of sugar. >> i like sparkly sugar, this is a sanding sugar that's extra sparkly. >> do you have a signature dessert giada? >> beside this. i have something i do with almond. i like crumbles with lots of fruit, you know. but i wasn't going to compete with martha's apple pie. >> there's no competing. >> i went a completely different direction. >> we're going to take a look at the final meal. this is hours and hours of work. >> the crew is lining up already. don't worry, guys, we'll save you some. >> ready to go. >> right here. your beautiful cake goes here. >> right here. >> we don't have wine for all of you. >> you ladies can -- >> natalie and i can share wine. >> there we go. >> look how the turkey looks. >> beautiful. >> it is. that's what you want to bring to your table. not a little old bird. >> this is a bird. >>
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10,000 jobs. but the main concern of the indian leadership there was contamination of the brown water -- of the ground water, hunting land. how much do you know about that, and what are your feelings? host: we will leave it there. ata?ie pot guest: when we're dealing with mining or the pipeline, we want to make sure that it is environmentally sound and that we're protecting not only our lands, our water, so that we can sustain ourselves. we are not in a place where we can relocate to another area. it has become an environmental challenge that we cannot fix. it is important for us to make sure that the science supports what we need to do. then of course we also want to make sure that we're always looking out for our cultural protections of those sacred places and sites. we are definitely support development in whatever way makes sense for creating jobs. we just want to do it in a safe way. host: next call -- bob, in jupiter, florida. caller: i just wanted to note, if possible, that as a physician, i know that the indian population in general, if you put up some of those statistics you
of the americas, also known as 6th avenue. you can see kermit the frog. behind kermit charlie brown with the football, the classic kicking the football. and then you see the turkey in the forefront. fox news is very close. gregg, hopefully we'll be able to get a chance to go out anxiety. your wife and kids are here. gregg: they are, charlie and the football are the story of my life. thousands of workers are protesting at the international airport. the union makers making it tough for families trying to go see their families. matt mccall president of the penn financial group. the up side for the pros testers is they are getting a lot of media attention. the down saoeusd they ain' downside is they ain't making any friends out there. >> they are not making any friends. people having to drop off their family or children to college they are a mile away. there is no way they will make friends. can you imagine what it's like at walmart on a black friday, the lines? now you have protestors getting in your way, pickets getting in your way, you're not looking upon unions as helping out fellow
, and the continent's become a tan and brown and red. geographic features fade, leaving only the continental forms as you depart for their from earth. no national boundaries can be seen. the glow becomes smaller and smaller. and then you remember another statistic. it holds 3.5 billion people. of that 3.5 billion people, one half are hungry and two-thirds live in poverty. and you shudder to think that this problem will be much worse during the remainder of our lifetime, and at the end of the century, the population of the earth will be 6 billion or 7 billion. to solve the problem, he went on, of feeding this population and protecting this planet, it is going to take an international approach far beyond any cooperative effort ever seen in history. characteristically understated kantor in reflecting the turmoil of that particular moment in our history, exactly one month after the killing of four college students at another ohio campus, he said, i suppose we have to ask ourselves whether international cooperation on this scale is even possible. we are responsible for our rose. today, we honor and giv
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